Best Seattle Spots For A Mani Pedi

August 16, 2016 5:00 AM

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It was the Irish philosopher and novelist Dame Jean Iris Murdoch who once said, “One of the secrets of a happy life is continuous small treats.” One way to treat oneself is to get a mani-pedi, and if you either live in the Seattle area or are planning on visiting the Emerald City anytime soon, there are luckily a lot of great places to get one. Many of the following establishments also offer other great services. Below are just a few of the best places within Seattle for a mani-pedi.
Elaia Spa
1635 8th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 676-4500
www.olive8.hyatt.com

This spa is located at the Hyatt at Olive 8. In addition to mani-pedis there are many other services included, such as massages, body wraps and facials. One of the unique things about this spa is that many of the ingredients utilize organic products grown within the majestic Pacific Northwest. The hotel itself includes many other amenities, including but not limited to a fitness center and a couple of restaurants.

Spa Noir
2120 2nd Ave.
Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 448-7600
www.spanoir.net

This spa is the brainchild and passion project of owner Jessica Norton, who got inspiration from a trip to New York City in 2003. This spa, inspired by the boutiques and essence of Manhattan, includes not just mani-pedis but also other services such as massages, facials and body wraps. This spa also includes a special month event known as Last Tuesday, in which one can get mini manicures and express pedicures for $40.00 (plus free chocolates!). The spa also offers gift certificates that you can give to your loved ones who love mani-pedis and more.

Ummelina International Day Spa
1525 4th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 624-1370
www.ummelina.com

Since 1986, Ummelina International Day Spa has used rituals from around the world and high tech technology to aid in giving relaxation and beauty to its customers. Among the many spa treatments, Ummelina includes a variety of unique mani-pedis, including a seaweed manicure, and even offers additional nail art. In addition to more traditional spa treatments, one can partake in the Tea Spa, where groups can enjoy a tea gathering. To experience a little bit of the spa after your visit, you can purchase therapeutic products in the gift store for home.

Related:  Best Day Spas In Seattle

Anaya Spa
2810 Elliot Ave.
Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 217-1744
www.ananyaspaseattle.com

The highly acclaimed Anaya Spa includes many types of mani-pedis. In addition to a classic manicure, one can have a much longer Ananya Signature Manicure, which includes the use of both nut oils and cane sugar. For male customers, the spa also includes the Men’s Sports Manicure and Pedicure, along with the Island Bliss Pedicure. And if after your visit you want to come back to enjoy another mani-pedi or any of the other great services provided, you might want to consider getting yourself a spa club membership, which offers one great discounts on weekdays.

Ella & Oz Salon
2138 California Ave. S.W.
Seattle, WA 98116
(206) 932-5988
www.ellaandoz.com

Formerly known as Shanti Salon and Spa, this establishment is mostly known for its haircuts. In addition the salon includes many body treatments, such as waxing. If this is your first visit to the Ella & Oz Salon, one can download a voucher on the homepage for $20.00 off on mani-pedis or any other service provided.Related: Best Teen And Tween Spa Services

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